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UAL T38 Phlyer
03-08-2017, 05:03 AM
I just changed residences for the first time in 20 years. I updated my address with the FAA site this morning, and thought I had to request a replacement certificate.

But then I saw it specifically said you don't have to get a replacement.

Do I have that right? Not worried about the two bucks; just wondered if one was in limbo waiting for a replacement certificate in the mail.


JohnBurke
03-08-2017, 07:01 AM
I just changed residences for the first time in 20 years. I updated my address with the FAA site this morning, and thought I had to request a replacement certificate.

But then I saw it specifically said you don't have to get a replacement.

Do I have that right? Not worried about the two bucks; just wondered if one was in limbo waiting for a replacement certificate in the mail.

You do not need a new certificate. I've had a lot of address changes, but new certificates only when adding ratings, or when the transition went from paper to plastic.

It's a good idea to record your submission of the address change with a screen shot or print, just so you have the record of having done so, but isn't required. You can certainly get a new certificate sent for a couple of bucks, but you don't have to.

UAL T38 Phlyer
03-08-2017, 07:45 PM
Thanks...I figured that was the right answer.




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